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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. —B ABE PRBPAHKD TO FURNISH House Frames bgbkdlui at Short Notice. i OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED, A* these Frames come by rail exclusively. ■ ■' m * i G-lEO- "W- Ca-aAaXtHI, 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. J. SEWELL &amp; CO., CARPENTERS, BUILDERS AND JOBBERS, Creeoent Aye., North Cambridge. JNO. lIWII.I, BDWD. lIWCLL. I'll A., I. ADAH.. N. B, Jobbing promptly attended to and aatla. faetloe gaaranteed. I.fIMSIR fOR Sift*. John Ruggles, REAL EBTATE &amp; COLLECTION AGENCY LYCEUM BUILDING, HARVARD SQUARE. Home, for Sale and to Rent. tr limine*. Solicited. REMOVAL. Th* undersigned wlihel to lafom hi. customer! and the public that he haa removed hi. bu.lneei from Corner Harvard and Holyoke Street* to No. 27 Brattle Street, next door to Worcester Bros., where be will be pleated to receive orderi fo» Plumbing and Sa—llary Ventilation. Order. can be tent by telepho i* direct from re.ld.nn*. T. W. lIAI.kV, Practical Plumber, Mo. ST Brattle Street, Cambridge....
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
QUEEIV ANNE HOUSES FOR SALE. Two new, very nice, first-class Queen Anne Houses, at Old Cambridge, near Harvard Square. Highly finished in natural woods, all modern conveniences, very best plumbing and drainage, electric bells and lighting, high land, southerly exposure, 82 feet frontage each lot Terms liberal. Also, some VERY FINE OPEN LOTS For sale for first-class houses, on Bates, Raymond and Avon Hill Streets, south side of Cambridge Heights. Apply to E. BURNHAM, 623 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. _&gt;ESIBABI_E REAL ESTATE. A few more very desirable Building Lot* still for •ale on (larlleld and Martin Streets, Cambridge. No More Healthy or Pleasant Location Can be Found in Cambridge. Tbe land Is offered at fair prices and *n reasonable terms. CHARLES W. MORRIS, JR., Real Estate and Mortgage*. IT Milk Sireet, Boston. WANTED. In Cambridge, within * reasouable distance of the college grounds, A House of Moderate Rent, The owner of which is willing to make au alteration t...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Go to th* NEW STOKE on Bi.rl.tou St., near Han ur,( liq , lat Old e,l by W. J. IDWARDS. Ton will Hud * Urg* end varied assortment Just received from l : rue of tire first Houses in Bolton, of Wall Paper., Border., Frieze., Picture Moulding., Ready Mixed Palm., Varntahei of all kinds, Unseed and other Oils. Turpentine, Japan., Stains, PolT.be., Colon around in Oil. Colon Ground In Japan, Dry Colon, Palot, Varourh, Whitewash, and all kinds of Bru.be., Xiliom Finish, Window Olan, Putty. A fall line of wins t _ Newton's Tube Colon ƒ— Oil and Water, Colon ƒ— Cake., Canvas and Stretchers, Artiste' Bruihel, Plucquo., Block., Etching, and other Papen. Do not forget to call. W. J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. _fr~ CARL A. CORLIN y^,T Ey AU Kinds "of Roofing, J&amp; havk a |yjQ And duranteM Satisfaction. 7*...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
KELLIE &amp; CROZIER, H SojPAH«rTBRS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport JJROP ME A POSTAL. E. L. PERRY, House Painting, PAPER HANGING: mil FRESCOING, S Sargent »t., North Cambridge. Can refer to tome of th* best people ƒ— Ward 5, for whom I have worked. J. J. BHEDD, House Fainter, Grafter AND GLAZIER. Shop—ls7V4 North At*. Besldeaoe—4 White Street. The Best Work done under my owe supervision ƒ— every case. S. H.dWAIN, MAIfITrAOTOBBB Or DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Roiettei and Koveltl... |_P"Ballderi are Invited to call aud examine. State Street, Cambridgeport. E. S. SPARROW. Qontractor and Builder. Plans, Specifications and Estimate! furnished for the Finest buildings. DavW Square, Welt Somerville. -E..HAYD-_.IVT, CARPENTER, BUILDER AND JOBBER, 83 D* Wolf St., Cambridge. Residence, No. 14 Bowdoin Street. Jobbing • Specially. Estlnrites cheerfully given. Personal attention bestowed on all work. M. F. TRACY &amp; SON, Planing and Moulding MILL. KANUFAOTURERS OF...
HARVARD-SQUARE BUSINESS MEN. [CONCLUDED FROM TWELFTH PAGE.] Horace S. Bartlett. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
HARVARD-SQUARE BUSINESS MEN. [CONCLUDED FROM TWELFTH PAGE.] Horace S. Bartlett. Mr. Horace S. Bartlett, the well-known druggist of Holyoke House, is to be seen from day to day at his first-class drug store on Harvard street. Coming as he do r .s from an old Boston family of doctors and druggists, It only seems natural that he should have followed In their footsteps. Born February 14, 1847, he is now fat, fair and forty. After serving a long apprenticeship in his business, tbe last three years of which were with tbe well-known bouse of Caswell, Hazard A Co., Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, he opened his place in Harvard square sixteen yean ago, where he has always proved himself to be one of the most pushing and enterprising of the business men in our city. Catering as he does for the college trade he has built up a large business with the "boys," and no place is more popular or better known among the collegians than Bartlett's.
Enoch Beane & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Enoch Beane &amp; Co. This well known store, located in Quinsy square, was establisbed in 1870 by Enoch Beane, wbo'came here from Sanford, Me. He wai loon joined by bis brother, George A. Beane, who waa admitted to the firm, January 1, 1884, and, under the firm name. pf Enoch Beane * Co., they have carried on a most lucrative business, gradually increasing and requiring mote room, until today they have a large an.l airy store with a business requiring the service! of nine men besides tbe bookkeeper, seven teams being kept busy during tbe greater part of the day. In 1884, the firm being alive to the requirements of their customers, opened a grocery store next to their market, which has proved to be tbe proper thing in the the proper place.
James H. Wyeth & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
James H. Wyeth &amp; Co. The grocery firm of James H. Wyeth A Co. was started by Mr. Wyeth in 1855, and occupied the store No. 3 Brattle street, Where Piper's market now ia. Mr. Wyeth was bom ƒ— Watertown, but so near the Cambridge line as to be almost entitled to the honor of being called a Cambridge boy. His parents were farmers, and Mr. Wyeth followed lhat occupation till he became twen'.y-four years rid, when he started the grocery business. About sixteen years ago he moved to 0 Brattle street, his present location, and thirteen years ago took Mr. 11. at. Shepard as a partner. Mr. Shepard had formerly worked at the lumber business with bis father. ".
E. W. Bettinson. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
E. W. Bettinson. Much of the book-binding for the college library, all the ciiy work, and work fur private libraries Is dune by Mr. E. W. Bettinson. He worked for some of tbe best publishers lv New York, and waa an employe' of the Riverside Pre.i before he went Into business for himself, which wai In 1873. He does a large business in binding Sunday School libraries, magazines, pamphlet! and music. Besides he keeps for sale old books, and supplies missing volumes to libraries. A collector can often pick up a rare volume at his shop, snd the students _ro among his belt custometi. He does very good work and seems to be always busy.
George Boyson. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
George Boyson. lir. George Boyion li an old Cambridge provision dealer, formerly of the Port, but for the pait nlno yean located at «| Mt. Auburn street. He wai born In North Germany in 1889, and came to America in 1858, being engaged for aeveral yean before tbe war in merchant marine service between Boston and South Aipunca. At the com menceiuorrt of the war he Joined the navy a* yeoman and served (111 the close. In March, 1866, he opened a provision store at tho corner of wlnsor and Main itreets, where ho. was loca ed for eleven years. He then moved to Harvard itreet, remain tig there two year*, then to bin present location. Mr. Boyion Is a member of Post SO, Friendship Lodge, I. O. O. F., Charles River Encampment, Cambridge Canton, Patriarchs Militant, and of the Royal Arcanum.
D. M. Hazen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
D. M. Hazen. Mr. D. M. Hasten, one of the large manufacturing confectioners of the city, opened last winter in the Holyoke building one of the most elegantly appointed stores in the square. He furnished It with a stock of the best candles and the result was that it was a success from the start. ; His place is one of tbe -"Institutions" of Cambridge, because fresh, pure candy may be always obtained there.
Ivers & Tucker. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Ivers &amp; Tucker. The carriage manufacturing business is recognized as an Important industry of this city. The now extensive business seems to have sprung from one or two old firms In Harvard square, and It Is Intetestlng to observe bow many of the present lit ins engaged In this and kindred occupations started from the samo origin. The case can well be likened to a large tree from which grow the numberless branches. The Ann of Ivers A Tucker, on Church street, carriage makers, repairers and painters, Is one branch from Mr. F. L. Chapman. Both membors of this firm learned their trade of Mr. Chapman and In 1876 started In business for themselves. Mr. Warren Ivers was born In Dedham, Mass., but camo to Cambridge at a very early age. He entered Mr. Chapman's employ previous to the war; left It to spend three years in the service, and returned after tho war was over. Mr. Ebenezer Tucker was born In Cambridge In 182fl. He commenced to learn Ills trade In 1840 with Mr. George Co...
Charles R. Moore. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Charles R. Moore. Mr. Charles R. Mooro is the oldest plumber in Old Cambridge and the second oldest storekeeper in the square. Ho was bom in Somerville, Me., in 18110, and oamo to Cambridge when eighteen years of age. Upon first coming here he worked for Stickney A Shepard, learning the carpenter's trade. After that he worked a short time for himself at his trade and then changed his tactics and went into tho hardware business. This was about 1855. The firm, name Was Donnell &amp; Mooro, which continued till about eighteen years ago, when it was changed to Charles Moore &amp; Co., tho "company" consisting of Edward R. and Bradford T. Moore. The latter hai since died and the firm, although the name remains as it was, now consists of Charles and Edward R. Moore. The location of tlie firm's business lias always been on the same spot, but no, in tlio same building. The building in which the present shop is located was built by tho firm in 1870. It is four stories high an...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
The Brattle-square Hotel has a proprietor today who is earnestly striving to regain the lost prestige of his house. He Is conducing it at present as a boarding-house on strictly temperance principles,and is patronized by many of the business men of 'Harvard square. He has had a long experience in the hotel business, having formerly kept the Jacks n House, Lowell, and being also at ptesent the proprietor of the Grand View Hotel, a popular .Revere Beach summer resort. This hotel was opened for the season on Wednesday evening, when a supper, dance and other enj ryments were furnished to a large number of invited guests. The hotel has twenty-five rooms and a stable, furnishing accommodation! for twelvo horses. Mr. Isaacs once lived In Cambridge for seven years, and was formerly a cigar manufacturer here. . Mr. W. 11. Wheeler, the successful and popular printer at 410 Harvard street, is the son of Ihe former proprietor of the Bangor Dally Whig and Courier. He was Iwrn In Augusta, Me., in...
In the Open. On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
In the Open. On the Water. The Riversides now havo fifty-two members. George Faulkner has joined the Riversides. Frank Smith has ordered a new shell of Davy. Oeorge Lee writes a very complimentary letter to Blakey In regard to his new boat. The Riverside- four has been definitely decided upon: Sullivan, stroke; Riley; Balmer; Klvlan, bow. The Riverside tua-of-war team has been challenged to pull for medals and the championship of Cambridge. The St. Peter's Temperance Society have given up rowing and sod their four-oared working boats to tho Riversides. George Faulkner has given up boating as a business and become stevedore for the Cambridge Gas Light Company. The plans for Ihe 17th of June regatta by the N. E. Amateur Association are at a standstill pending the decision of the Boston aldermen in regard to malum; an appropriation for the event. ----- At the meeting of tho Riverside Boat Club, Tuesday evening, a committee was chosen to confer with the Bradfords in reference to the pro...
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Cycling Notes. Getchell of the Cambridge club rldei to Lynn every pleasant morning, and ri.les from three to live miles over the Lynn track. He Is In active training for the season's racing. \V. J. Newman, the Weil-known wheelman of Cambridge, Is to measure the course, tomorrow morning, which has been laid out for the race on the 30th of May by the Cambridgeport Cycle Club. Messrs. Carman, Caldwell, Briggs, Dr. Marshall, Roup, Iliiiionn, Wheeler, Ultch and Lynch are the eu.riei for the Cambridgeport club's road race on Memorial day, which starts from the River-street bridge at 10 o'clock. After the race a collation will be served in tho club rooms. The following rims for May are announced by the Port club: May' 12, Brookline, evenh.g run; 10, morning run over the twenty-live mile course, starling from moms at .1 o'clock; 20, morning run to Belmont ajid Wavorley, starting at 5 A. M.; 24, hill climbing at Brookline, starting at 5 A. M.; 2(1, moonlight run to Newtonvllle, starting at 7...
Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Base-Ball Notes. The Y. M. C. A. nine will play the Charlestown Y. M. C. A. nine today. Pitcher Burke of tills city Is doing great work fur the Blues. This Is his first season ai a professional. The Y. M. C. A. nine will appear today in their new uniforms, grey with blue storking!. Next Saturday they will go to Chelsea to play. Jones of last year's Riversides has signed with the Salems. Ills pitching in the initial games with that team has boon very effective. The Cambridge railroad office employe! and Brock Brother!' men are arranging for a game of ball t r be played in the near hit ure on the Cambridge Common. The preparation! Include the manufacture of eighteen stretchers. The Lee Base-Ball Club Is composed of young men who reside on Lee street, as follow.,: Albert Drake, c.; Lewis Thomas, p.; Warren Bacon, lb.; Homor Blgelow, 2b.; Robert Wrenn, ilk.; George Davis, s. s.; Caleb Pox, I. f.; George Gilbert, c. f.; Charles Nazro, r. f. They play the fifth class of the Boston Latin S...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
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FRESH POND ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
FRESH POND ICE. Supplied in Cambridge and Somerville Only by th* Fresh Pond Ice Company. Everybody uses Ice, nowadays. Tbe day* when It waa a luxury for the few have long slnee passed away. It is now a household necessity which few are too poor to use. The importance of pure ice is second only to the need of pure water. One would surely refuse to use icei knowing it came from a pond Into which Tout drainage had flowed. It is always desirable to know that your ice did not come from such a source. Cambridge people are especially-fortuuale in knowing tbat their water supply Is as pure and good as it is possible to obtaiu, and hence that ice coming from the same pond Is also pure. This is an important fact, and the opportunity should be appreciated of securing ice through the Fresh Pond Ice Company, an incorpnra'ed body of eminently respectable Cambridge citizens, of which Mr. J. Q. Bennett Is the president; Mr. E. A. Davenport, (reasurer, aud Mr. 'I. 8. Hiitinger, secretary. Mr. Bennet...